In this video I visited the Michelin rated Bib Gourmand Oreno ramen (미쉐린 가이드 빕 구르망 오레노라멘 서울). This place was exciting for me since this is the only ramen restaurant on the Bib Gourmand. I was a little worried on the quality since this is a chain restaurant, but my nerves are now at ease. Upon entering, this is similar a Japanese ramen restaurant. There will be a machine located near the entrance for you to place your order. Once you have completed your order, you will take the receipt and hand it to the person behind the counter. You have four options to choose from; Tori (chicken), Shio (Salt), Shoyu (soy sauce) and Tori Spicy (spicy chicken). This video is mainly focused around Tori ramen since this is my favorite. The broth is incredibly creamy, thick and filling while give your mouth a ton of flavor. The noodles are thin and firm, which is my personal preference (the noodle cook while sitting in the soup so it tends to be better to order them firmer to let them cook while you eat). The egg was cooked to perfection and the toppings were nothing less than expected. If you order this, I highly recommend the chashu since the meat was tender and delicious (sometimes the meat has a chemical taste that is very off-putting, I haven’t figured out what it is but this did not have it). Although for 2,000 extra, the chashu will leave your mouth and stomach happy. The sliced chicken was tender throughout the meat and was cooked nicely. I thought the black pepper on the chicken added a nice contrast to the entire ramen. I also tried the Shio Ramen, which I would consider a fusion. The lime adds a fusion style to this ramen, so if that’s your thing, do it. Mixing everything together, I can highly recommend this ramen restaurant. Thanks for watching guys